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You might be surprised to find how many pets are sensitive to the chemicals and organic materials and often suffer as much as their owners do from contact with natural lawn.

Small or large dogs really enjoy
"being dogs" on synthetic grass surfaces.

The surface fibers, of most
products, are soft underfoot,
and hypo-allergenic.

Keep the area free of debris,
clean and sanitary for your pets.

Grooming regularly will keep it fresh and healthy for them.

artificial grass sideyard for dogs
Add a walkway of concrete, stepping stones or other materials for heavy traffic spots.

The hard surfaces will also help with paw pad health - keeping them conditioned for outdoor walks and running.

Never use loose rock or bark
on a kennel path way.

These loose, organic materials will contaminate the grass surfaces and create more grooming and maintenance.

 

 

Mature dogs treat the surfaces as
if they were carpet and will not dig or tear it up.

It is a soft surface and breeders recommend
that you mix surface types in a kennel area -
do not leave your dogs only on
soft surfaces or you risk paw health.

Little dogs, picky about everything, will welcome their new lawns - especially if they are fussy about playing or walking on damp grasses.

Designed and engineered properly, a professionally installed dog yard will drain fast and be dry quickly, helping your pup to feel comfortable about going out, even after a rain

Removing organic wastes from the surfaces regularly and sanitizing with enzymes and vinegar will help keep the area healthy and fresh for you and your pet.

Artificial Grass for Dogs - Grooming Tips

 

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